Retrieve all clone URLs for git repository from command line
I found reliable way of getting my local git URL in post How can I determine the url that a local git repo was originally cloned from?
But how to get all the clone URLs that are available for repository? For example on Github it would be HTTPS, SSH and SVN:
Of course, I could get my local URL, parse it (based on the protocol) and create the remaining 2 URLs following the respective patterns. But is there really no git command for this? Or even better, be able to choose URL by protocol?
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